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November 2020

15.01.2019, A pro-Brexit demonstrator is standing outside the Westminster Parliament building on the eve of the vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++
15.01.2019, A pro-Brexit demonstrator is... […]

Britain misses legal deadline in Brexit-infringement case, EU says

Great Britain has missed a crucial deadline set by the European Union concerning the UK-EU withdrawal agreement. Therefore, several measures are being considered by the EU right now and sanctions might be imposed in the upcoming months.
This picture shows a view of the business district of La Defense west of Paris taken from the roof of the Grande Arche on October 8, 2020, as the country faces a new wave of infections to the Covid-19 (the novel coronavirus). - La Defense, the largest European business district and the fourth largest in the world, had to reshape its activity following the Covid-19 pandemic: work from home, barrier measures and safety guidelines. According to Paris-La Defense association district, 60% of its workers have returned to the office. However, following the lockdown, the generalisation of home working, the partial closure of bars and restaurants and, now, the curfew, the daily life of some 500 companies and 180,000 employees is permanently affected. (Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP)
This picture shows a view of the busines... […]

In the sleeping towers of Paris’ vast business district

As France heads towards a new lockdown, how has Europe's largest business district of La Defense reshaped its work practices to adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic?
31.10.2020, Berlin: An oversized cardboard display with the picture of US President Trump stands in front of the Brandenburg Gate. Photo: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++
31.10.2020, Berlin: An oversized cardboa... […]

After 4 years of Trump, Europe pins hopes on Biden win to repair ties

If he loses to Joe Biden, current US President Donald Trump will not be missed by Europe's foreign policy establishment. But even under new management, the White House will not necessarily see eye-to-eye with its European allies.